GREENBELT, Md. (AP) — A student at the University of Maryland has been indicted on charges of producing and selling fake driver’s licenses to people under the age of 21.

A federal grand jury returned the 16-count indictment against Theodore Michaels, 20, of Potomac on Monday.

The indictment alleges that from October to December 2009, Michaels and a conspirator produced and sold fake Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania driver’s licenses. Prosecutors say Michaels got $100 to $170 for each license sold and that he and the conspirator produced the licenses in their dorm room.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved

Comments (3)
  1. Michael says:

    Happens everyday.

  2. pigeon says:

    Next step – counterfeit money! Glad they got these two now – imagine what these 2 punks could have done to the economy – it’s bad enough already!
    Probably get a slap on the wrist and sent back home to mommy & daddy.
    How come the conspirator isn’t ID’ed? Bet there was some kind of a plead!

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